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agree. But i still think that making a good choice at the beggining can help you and motivate you to keep on going. I am not really wise in programming, but I would also recomend to take a look at Java after you can manage C++ at some level, due to a lot of common things they have, but also the different perspective they take for several cases. The sintaxis is quite similar anyway, so it shouldn't be really hard...
The language is not really that important. learn a high level language and you can almost certainly do it in another language. Just change the syntax. Just make sure it is a high level language that you pick. VB or C++ or something like that. After all it is the logical thinking and processes that you need to learn first.
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